IRM Training holds a long history of providing data modelling and data analytics courses. Developed in-house and refined by a team of instructors who’ve had 30+ year careers in business analysis with speciality in data analysis, modelling and data warehousing.
Discover how to design and store data in the Data Analysis & Modelling 2-day course or learn how you can use data for effective decision making in the Data Analytics and Business Intelligence short course.
Business Intelligence & Data Analytics Courses
|Course Title||Duration||Schedule & Booking|
|Data Analysis & Modelling - database modelling techniques||2 days|
|Data Analytics & Business Intelligence - Foundation course in data analytics for Business Intelligence||2 days|
|IIBA®-CBDA Exam Prep Course - Weekend exam preparation course||4x half days|
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“Everyone came away having learned something from the course, which is great” – Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation
“The case study/hands-on learning was excellent – learning this way is better than just listening to the presenter” – Medicare Australia
“Fantastic course, very useful and relevant” – Department of Immigration and Border Protection
“Overall the course was excellent” – IP Australia
“Excellent course and well presented” – Department for Transport, Energy and Infrastructure
“Excellent insight into using data analysis to understand the business” – Geoscience Australia
“Just what I was after – to refresh knowledge of data analysis and modelling learned previously but not put into practice” – Department of Health & Ageing
“I found the course very informative and valuable towards improving my work” – TAL
“Thought provoking and insightful” – Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission
Where do you train?
Just about anywhere! Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney are the main centres for our public courses. We’ll run in-house courses anywhere in Australia, and overseas.
What’s different about instructor-led workshops?
“Learn by doing” has long been recognised as the most effective way of teaching skills and techniques. The more complex the skills, the more effective instructor-led workshops become compared to self-paced, self-learning or lecture style teaching.